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U.S.A. Model 1902 Rolling Block single shot saddle-ring carbine # 1694 (7x57mm). Uncertain military carbine mfg. at Remington in c.1910 (likely for Mexico). Very Good condition, top of barrel marked CAL. 7 M.M. External metal has no finish (these were not originally blued) but has no rust or other damage present. Bore is quite rough and dark. Stock has some handling marks and a 1" hairline crack by buttplate and a crack on right side of handguard by rear sight, Action is very tight and totally functional. Not import-marked. PHOTOS. . . $925. REDUCED! $695.   C&R 

U.S.A. Model M1 Garand semiautomatic rifle # 4697431 (.30-06) mfg. by Harrington & Richardson in 1954 with HRA 1-54 barrel.  An all-correct example of one of the very first H&R Garands manufactured.  Excellent condition with nearly full Parkerized finish remaining on all metal and having a bright if a bit worn bore (TE = 4.0, MW = 3.5). A decent all-correct CMP Garand with all HRA-marked parts. Has walnut buttstock with DOD (stars over eagle) cartouche on left side and a few dings, scratches and handling marks. Not import-marked,  with CMP certificate of authenticity and data-sheet. PHOTOS . . . $1425. REDUCED! $1195.    C&R 

JAPANESE Naval Special Type 99 Arisaka bolt-action training rifle # 31 (7.7x58 blanks only) likely mfg. by Yokosuka Arsenal in 1942.  Excellent condition with full bluing (some turning brown in areas), bolt & firing pin numbered 62, sliding action cover not numbered. Naval anchor atop receiver, includes cleaning rod.  Has smooth bore, burned-in rectangle reads "shooting of ball ammunition in forbidden", circular brand containing the characters for "education", and Kanji "3 of 21" in white paint all on left side of stock. Not import-marked.  PHOTO . . . $475.  REDUCED AGAIN! $250.   C&R 

JAPANESE Naval Special Type 99 Arisaka bolt-action training rifle # 1119 (7.7x58 blanks only) likely mfg. by Hasegawa in 1943.  Excellent condition with full bluing (some turning brown in areas), bolt numbered 1119 (matching). Naval anchor atop receiver, includes cleaning rod.  Has smooth bore, burned-in rectangle reads "shooting of ball ammunition in forbidden" on right side, circular brand on left side the characters for "education". Stock cracked at wrist.. Not import-marked.  PHOTO . . . $350.  REDUCED AGAIN! $195.    C&R 

JAPANESE Type 38 Arisaka bolt-action training rifle (no serial number), made from a Type 30 with Type 38 features and a smooth bore, Kanji atop chamber reads "Nippon Special Steel".  Excellent condition with nearly full original bluing and strong markings. Includes cleaning rod. Wood has original finish with a few of the expected handling marks. Not import-marked, scarce. PHOTO . . . $325.   REDUCED AGAIN! $195. C&R

U.S.A. Model 1899 Krag-Jorgensen bolt-action carbine # 291611 (.30-40 Krag) mfg. by Springfield Armory in November, 1900.  This is a true all-correct Krag carbine in Near Excellent or better condition with most bluing intact. Has 22" barrel with a very strong if not shiny 4-groove bore. Nice stock has clear JSA 1899 cartouche (overstruck by undated JSA cartouche) on left side, small crack in right side near buttplate. Has correct rear sight correct with "C" marking. Not import-marked, totally functional and quite rare (most seen nowadays are cut-down rifles). PHOTOS . . . $1950. REDUCED! $1525. C&R   SOLD

U.S.A. Model 1898 Krag-Jorgensen bolt-action infantry rifle # 404349 (.30-40 Krag) mfg. by Springfield Armory in August, 1902. Very Good condition with typical (for these) mottled thin bluing on all metal parts. Has an excellent mirror-bright 4-groove bore, with late 1901 type rear sight. Walnut stock has weak but clear boxed JSA 1898 cartouche on left side and a very few handling marks. Not import-marked, all correct and "as issued". PHOTOS . . . $1275. REDUCED! $995.  C&R 

U.S.A. Model 44 US bolt-action training rifle # 125884 (.22 Long Rifle) mfg. by Mossberg in 1945-7.  Excellent-PLUS condition, with one 7-round magazine. Rear sight is a Mossberg peep. A few handling marks on wood, else as new. PHOTOS . . . $525.  REDUCED! $375.   C&R 

U.S.A. Model M1 Garand semiautomatic rifle # 468366 (.30-06) mfg. by Springfield Armory in February, 1942 with SA 12-41 original barrel.  An all original and correct BRITISH LEND-LEASE example in Excellent-PLUS condition with full Parkerized finish remaining on all metal. Bore is mirror-bright and strong (TE = 1.0, ME = 1.0). All parts are correct for this serial range, including uncut -3SA operating rod, -2SA bolt, grooved and milled handguard retaining ring, flush nut rear sights, and it even retains the front sight seal.  Walnut stock is boldly marked SA / GHS with a larger version of the ordnance wheel. Stock has a chip out of the base of the pistol grip on the right side. This is noticeable but not a major fault. A previous owner has electro penciled his name on the right side of the barrel beneath the British proofs (only visible when the slide is retracted).  This rifle has been carefully checked for signs of salvage or refurb (none found), and is exceedingly scarce and in very high demand.  There are very few as-issued early wartime M1 Garands remaining (especially as pristine as this one is).  Not import marked. PHOTOS . . . $3250. REDUCED! $2650.   C&R   

U.S.A. Second Model Remington Rolling Block split-breech (aka "Dog-ear") carbine (56-.50 Spencer caliber) mfg. by Savage Repeating Arms Company in 1865This is a very rare U.S. military carbine that was authorized in October 1864, but arrived too late  to be issued during the U.S. Civil War (1000 were delivered in September 1865, the remaining 14,000 in March 1866). Remington then bought back nearly all 15,000 that had been produced, and in 1870 resold them to France (at a respectable profit) to see service in the Franco-Prussian War and very few made it back to the U.S.A (they are rare in France as well, however, due to German confiscations during both WWI and WWII). This carbine has seen quite a bit of use with the external metal (which was not blued, but case-hardened) having mottled surfaces (but no rust).  The bore has very pronounced rifling but isn't very bright, and the action is completely functional.  The stock is surprisingly sound with very BOLD U.S. military cartouches on the left side of the butt. The buttplate is stamped US and just above that is a copper plate stamped 129 (likely a rack number).  Very rare, not import-marked   PHOTOS . . . $2400. REDUCED! $1950.   Antique, no FFL required

BRITISH Model No.5 Mk.1 Enfield bolt-action "Jungle Carbine" # BH9142 (.303 British) mfg. at BSA Shirley in 1946. Excellent or better condition, with some stoving intact on external finish. All matching serial numbers, has mirror-bright 5-groove bore and 2-marked bolt-head. Stock has some handling marks from actual use but is sound and finish is quite good, Includes olive-green web sling, very attractive.  PHOTOS . . . $950.  REDUCED! $795.   C&R 

DUTCH Model 1895 No.3 Mannlicher bolt-action cavalry carbine # 3704B (6.5x53R) mfg. by Steyr in 1900 with sling swivels on bottom and no handguard. Very Good condition, with 70% bluing. Bolt (and all bolt parts) have various serial numbers (and the bolt body has been "jeweled"), remainder of all numbered parts stamped 04 (matching). Bore is strong and quite bright. Stock is walnut with circular cartouche on right side reading STEYR 1901. Stock has many handling marks from actual use over the last 119 years, GW 43 carved on left side (likely by bored soldier). Missing cleaning rod. Not import-marked, only 18,000 manufactured. PHOTOS . . . $425. REDUCED! $315.   C&R

U.S.A. Model 11A MILITARY SHOTGUN semiautomatic 12 gauge  # 496969 mfg. by Remington in 1940. Very Good or so condition, with 60% dull military blued finish with some worn areas. 26" barrel with a gorgeous mirror-bore, totally functional, with doubtless authentic U.S. military markings on the metal. Buttstock has clear FJA cartouche on the left side.  The buttstock has some issues with cracking where it meets the receiver, and should be replaced before firing.  Not import-marked, scarce, and still a desirable example of a military trainer.  PHOTOS . . . $875.  REDUCED! $575.   C&R    

JAPANESE Type 44 Arisaka bolt-action cavalry carbine with folding spike-bayonet # 20746 (6.5x50) mfg. at Kokura in c.1915. Excellent condition with full bluing on all major metal parts (triggerguard and magazine floorplate browned from carry). Mum not very prominent (but does not look like it has been ground, just markings on top of receiver very fain). Bore is quite bright and strong, bolt numbered 032.  Includes jag tip and two segments of cleaning rod stored in butt of stock. Small brass plate likely from downed Japanese airplane tacked by buttplate, with Japanese characters  indicating it is from a  Model A electromagnetic instrument made in 1941.  Stock has original finish with the expected handling-marks and dings, but is sound with no cracks. Not import-marked.  PHOTO . . . $1250. REDUCED! $875.   C&R

COLOMBIAN Model 1950 Mauser bolt-action short-rifle # F.16896 (.30-06) mfg. by R. FAMAGE in 1952.  Very Good overall condition with 85% blued finish (some verdigris) on all metal parts. Matching bolt (16896), no other parts numbered. Very strong mirror-bright bore, with much bolder than usual Colombian crest above chamber. Walnut buttstock and handguard has original finish (rear of handguard badly cracked but repairable if it bothers you), missing cleaning-rod. PHOTOS . . . $525. REDUCED! $395.  C&R

ITALIAN Model 41 Mannlicher-Carcano infantry rifle # QR3550 (6.5x52) mfg. by Armaguerra in 1944. Excellent condition, with all external bluing intact, with turned-down bolt from WWI-era carbine. Bore is somewhat bright with very strong rifling. Buttstock and handguard has very few handling marks, missing cleaning rod.  Definitely a bringback from WWI, as the stock has been duffle-cut and it wears a WWII-era web-sling from a M1 Garand.  Includes three six-round chargers, a very rare and unusual piece (only the rifles made at Armaguerra had serial numbers beginning with the letter Q). Not import marked. PHOTOS . . . $525. REDUCED! $395.   C&R  

JAPANESE Type 38 Arisaka bolt-action infantry rifle # 5029322 (6.5x50), mfg. by Mukden (Manchuria) Arsenal  in c.1938.  Very Good condition, with 70% bluing on all parts, bore is somewhat bright and quite strong. Mum has been heavily ground. Includes cleaning-rod, stock has scrapes and dings but retains its original finish. Not import-marked. PHOTOS . . . $425. REDUCED! $345. C&R  

ITALIAN Model 1891 Mannlicher-Carcano bolt-action infantry rifle # IM8653 (6.5x52) mfg. by Terni in 1900.  Very Good condition with 80% or so bluing turning brown, bore is mostly dark (from shooting corrosive ammo) but strong. Stock is matching but was refinished long ago so markings are faint. Includes cleaning rod, not import-marked, pretty nice for an 119 year-old Carcano.. PHOTOS . . . $425. REDUCED! $375.    C&R 

JAPANESE Type 38 Arisaka bolt-action rifle Series 22, # 38005 (6.5x50) mfg. at Kokura in c.1936. Very Good condition with much original bluing remaining Mum has been ground. This type has ladder-type rear sight with V-aperture and lacks its cleaning rod and sliding action-cover. Bore is dark but rifling is very strong, wood has original finish with a few dings and dents from actual service use. Not import-marked. PHOTO . . . $350. REDUCED! $315. C&R

BRITISH Model No.5 Mk.1 Enfield bolt-action "Jungle Carbine" # N9948 (.303 British) mfg. at Fazerkerly in June 1945. Near Excellent condition, with oil-blacked finish intact on metal parts. All matching serial numbers, has quite bright 5-groove bore and 1-marked bolt-head. Stock has some handling marks from actual use but is sound and finish is quite good.  PHOTOS . . . $775. REDUCED! $695.    C&R 

  

SWISS Model 96/11 Schmidt-Rubin infantry rifle # 302236 (7.5x55mm) mfg. by Waffenfabrik Bern in 1904. All-matching serial numbers including magazine.  Very Good condition with 75% original bluing on barrel (none on receiver or lower parts, which appear to have been aggressively cleaned in the past) and a near-perfect mirror-bore.  Walnut stock and handguard has a few of the expected handling-marks, VAUD (a Swiss canton in French-speaking western Switzerland) cartouche stamped atop stock (among others). Not import-marked.  PHOTO  . . . $525. REDUCED! $475.  C&R

YUGOSLAVIAN Model M95M Mannlicher straight-pull short rifle # 55797 (8x57mm), made by Steyr (undated).  Very Good or better condition, with 80% or so bluing and a very bright and strong bore. No matching serial numbers (usual for these). Stock has several names and initials lightly scratched on both sides. Rear sight spring is broken (but sight functions just fine if you don't mind it flopping up and down when carried), extractor works just fine. Not import-marked, scarce. PHOTO . . . $675. REDUCED! $595.   C&R   

YUGOSLAVIAN Model M95M Mannlicher straight-pull short rifle # 62189 (8x57mm), made by Steyr (undated).  Very Good condition, with 50% or so bluing and a mostly bright (if a little rough) bore. Bolt not matching, but magazine / triggerguard numbered 62189 (matching). Stock has been repaired at toe, magazine spring is not functioning, but extractor works just fine. Not import-marked, scarce. PHOTO . . . $525.  REDUCED! $475.  C&R   

SPECIAL!  The pair of the above rare M95M rifles, $800 POSTPAID!

SWISS Model 1869 Vetterli bolt-action infantry rifle # 49777 (10.4mm Swiss rimfire) mfg. by S.I.G., Neuhausen in 1874. Excellent condition, all-matching serial numbers, bolt has been converted to fire reloadable centerfire cartridges (will also fire rimfire 41 Swiss). Bore is extremely bright with very strong rifling. Loading gate has been removed. Wood is walnut with its original finish (cartouches clear) having a few of the expected handling-marks and dings. Missing cleaning-rod. Not import-marked. PHOTOS . . . $525.     Antique, no FFL required

SWISS Model 1881 Vetterli bolt-action infantry rifle # 209477 (10.4mm Swiss rimfire) mfg. by Waffenfabrik Bern in c.1886. Excellent condition, all-matching serial numbers, bolt has been converted to fire reloadable centerfire cartridges (will also fire rimfire 41 Swiss). All original bluing intact and essentially as nice as these ever get. Bore is mirror-bright with very strong rifling. Wood is walnut with its original finish (cartouches clear) having only a very few light handling-marks and dings from over 130 years of storage. Includes cleaning-rod, not import-marked. PHOTOS . . . $575.    Antique, no FFL required

U.S.A. Model 1884 Springfield trapdoor rifle # 468771 (.45-70) mfg. by Springfield Arsenal in 1889. Very Good or so condition with all most remaining bluing faded.  Bore is mirror-bright and extremely strong. Has front sight hood and second variation (metal) pistol grip. Walnut stock has no visible cartouche on left side, some of the expected dings and scratches from handling. Not import-marked. PHOTOS . . . $750.    Antique, no FFL required

 

U.S.A. Model 1903 Springfield bolt-action rifle # 320104 (.30-06) mfg. by Rock Island Arsenal in 1919 (high-number) with SA 7-27 replacement barrel.  Very Good or better condition with most Parkerizing intact. Bore is full of cosmoline (TE = 1.0, MW = 1.0). Walnut stock has a few scuffs from handling and 0104 stamped on right side.  Includes CMP certificate of authenticity. Not import-marked. PHOTOS . . . $975.   C&R

BRITISH Model No.5 Mk.1 Enfield bolt-action "Jungle Carbine" # BH7371 (.303 British) mfg. at BSA Shirley in 1946.  Very Good or better condition, with most finish intact on external metal.  All matching serial numbers, has mirror-bright 5-groove bore and 1-marked bolt-head. Stock has some handling marks from actual use but is sound and finish is quite good.   PHOTOS . . . $675.     C&R 

EGYPTIAN Model FN-49 Saive semiautomatic rifle # 22155 (8x57), mfg. in the mid-1950's by Fabrique National in Belgium. Near excellent overall with bold Crown crest above chamber and nearly full original Parkerized finish, action-cover serial number does not match receiver.  Excellent very bright bore, walnut stock has somewhat rough finish with a few of the usual handling marks. 100% functional, these are getting to be VERY scarce. PHOTOS . . . . $1275.    C&R  

EGYPTIAN "Hakim" semiautomatic rifle # 35117 (8x57) mfg. by Maadi in 1964. Excellent condition, full original blued finish with a mirror-bright very strong bore. Beech stock and handguard has many handling marks (mostly scuffs and scratches) from actual use. Includes TWO removable 10-round magazines.  PHOTOS . . . $950.    C&R

SOVIET Model 44 Mosin-Nagant bolt-action carbine # LT752 (7.62x54R) mfg. by Izhevsk in 1945. Excellent arsenal refinished condition, with 98% or better bluing on all metal parts. All matching STAMPED serial serial numbers (except for non-matching buttplate). Bore is mirror-bright (has NOT been counterbored at muzzle). Buttstock has a few dings and handling marks (mostly on right side from adjacent rifles), includes cleaning rod and proper web sling with leather swivels. PHOTOS . . . $395.    C&R 

FINN Model 1891 Mosin-Nagant bolt-action rifle # 22397 (7.62x54R) barrel mfg. by Tikka in 1941 on a hexagonal receiver. Very Good condition but not much bluing remaining on external metal (likely just over-cleaned). Bolt body numbered 22397 (matching), magazine-floorplate and buttplate scrubbed. Bore is mirror-bright and very strong (muzzle has NOT been counterbored). Two-piece Finn buttstock has some scuffs and scrapes from actual use with wire sling-swivels, includes cleaning-rod.  PHOTOS . . . $475.      C&R

FINN Model 91/30 Mosin-Nagant bolt-action rifle # LT3862 (7.62x54R) mfg. by Izhevsk in 1941 and [SA] Finn property mark on left side of barrel-shank.  Very Good condition with 60% or better remaining bluing on all metal parts with a  round receiver and and a mostly bright bore (has NOT been counterbored at muzzle). Full serial number stamped on bolt body and buttplate, magazine floorplate not matching. Russian one-piece stock has the expected handling marks. Includes cleaning rod and leather sling swivels.   PHOTOS . . . $375.    C&R

FINN Model 91/30 Mosin-Nagant bolt-action rifle # 63153 (7.62x54R) barrel mfg. by Tikka in 1944 on a round receiver. Excellent-PLUS condition with 99% or better bluing on all metal parts. Bolt-body numbered 63153 (matching), magazine-floorplate not matching (they literally never do), buttplate scrubbed. Bore is mirror-bright and very strong, (has NOT been counterbored). Two-piece Finn buttstock is perfect save a compression un the forend from being test-fired. Includes wire sling-swivels and cleaning-rod.  PHOTOS . . . $575.      C&R   SOLD

RUSSIAN Model 1891 Mosin-Nagant bolt-action infantry rifle # 206382 (7.62x54R) mfg. by Tula in 1915 with Peter The Great legend. Very Good or so condition, a Balkan rework, eagles on barrel  removed (along with some of the legend), with mostly full bluing on all metal parts and a somewhat bright bore with strong rifling and counterbored muzzle.  Buttplate matching, but nothing else does (as usual for these Balkan reworks). Stock is sound with handling marks, missing cleaning rod. PHOTOS . . . $325.    C&R 

SWEDISH Model 96B Mauser bolt-action rifle # 375130 (6.5x55), mfg. by Carl Gustaf in 1916 with straight-bolt and threaded muzzle (with metal cap to protect the threads). Very Good condition, with 80% or better original bluing on all parts. Has very strong markings and a very bright and strong bore (disk marked 6.51/3).  All visible numbered parts matching except bolt (and all bolt parts). Streaked Walnut stock has many nicks, dings and handling-marks from actual use. PHOTOS . . . $425.   C&R 

TURKISH Model vz22 bolt-action long rifle # E3653 (8x57) mfg. by CZ, Brno in 1922. Very Good or better condition, no matching serial numbers. factory address above chamber. mOST bluing remaining, with an Excellent mirror-bright and strong bore. No overt Turkish markings, walnut stock with lighter Beech handguard has handling marks from contact with adjacent rifles and use. Includes cleaning rod. PHOTOS . . . $325.   C&R

U.S.A. Model 1903 Springfield bolt-action rifle # 1359263 (.30-06) mfg. by Springfield Arsenal in 1930 with replacement "High Standard" HS 7-44 dated barrel.  Excellent condition with full bluing remaining, bore is strong and mirror bright with much cosmoline remaining (TE =2.0, MW = 1.0). Walnut stock and handguards are extremely attractive with just a few minor handling marks. Includes repro leather sling stamped CS 1917 with CMP certificate of authenticity  Not import-marked. PHOTOS . . . $975.     C&R

    BRITISH Model No.4 Mk.1* Enfield bolt-action rifle # 84C7396 (.303 British) mfg. by Savage-Stevens in 1943. Near Excellent condition, with mostly full Parkerized surfaces and an excellent mirror-bright 2-groove bore.  Matching bolt with 0-marked bolt-head, all parts marked with square-S (for Savage). Rear sight is L-shaped flip type.  US PROPERTY marked on receiver. Wood has some handling marks and short butt. Very attractive.  PHOTOS . . . $575.      C&R

    BRITISH Enfield No.4 Mk.1/2 bolt-action rifle # U13572 (.303 British) mfg. by Maltby in 1942 and converted to the Mk.2 configuration at Fazakerly in 1957. Very Good condition, serial numbers of bolt and magazine matches receiver, 4-groove bore extremely strong and mostly bright. Rear sight is of the stamped  ladder type. Beech stock and handguards have some handling-marks, Ishapore screw through forend. PHOTOS . . . $475.   C&R     

    BRITISH Model No.5 Mk.1 Enfield bolt-action "Jungle Carbine" # V2578 (.303 British) mfg. at Fazakerly in March, 1946.  Very Good or better condition, with most finish intact on external metal.  Bolt number faint (but does not match receiver). has mirror-bright 5-groove bore and 1-marked bolt-head. Stock has some handling marks from actual use, buttstock is a new replacement.  PHOTOS . . . $575.     C&R 

    CZECH Model vz22 Mauser bolt-action infantry rifle # E1675 (8x57) mfg. by CZ in 1923.  Good or better condition (nearly all external blue faded or worm) with curved 3-line legend atop receiver. Bolt not numbered, remaining parts numbered 75 to match receiver. Bore is mirror-bright and very strong, includes cleaning rod. Rear sight has Arabic numerals (Turkish contract). Stock and handguard sound and with original finish.  PHOTOS . . . $325.     C&R

    FINN Model 39 Mosin-Nagant bolt-action rifle # 60931 (7.62x54R) barrel mfg. in 1944 by VKT on an 1894 dated Tula hexagonal receiver. Very Good condition with 60% or so fading original bluing. Bolt-knob stamped 0931 (matching). Bore is excellent and very bright, includes cleaning-rod. Postwar stock (squared finger joints) has some dings and handling marks, with worn green-leather sling. PHOTOS . . . $525.    Antique, no FFL required    SOLD

    GERMAN Model Gewehr 98 bolt-action infantry rifle # 629n (8x57mm) mfg. by Mauser in 1917.  Very Good PLUS condition, metal has most bluing.  Bolt scrubbed (likely by the Turks), all parts except for bolt numbered 29 matching  receiver serial number. Turkish crescent-moon stamped only on bottom of stock (behind grip). Has a very strong and somewhat bright bore, with original totally-functional "roller coaster" rear sight. Includes cleaning rod. Beech buttstock was refinished long ago, with almost no handling marks since, faint German Imperial cartouches on right side. Extremely attractive, and ideal for WWI re-enactors. PHOTOS . . . $750.      C&R 

    JAPANESE Type 38 Arisaka bolt-action rifle # 1842161 (6.5x50) mfg. at Koishikawa Arsenal  in c.1926. Very Good condition with much original bluing with some light verdigris adhering in places, mixed serial (or assembly) numbers, intact mum. Strong bright bore, missing cleaning rod and sliding metal action-cover. Stock and handguard has original finish with many of the expected handling marks.  Not import marked. PHOTO . . . $475.    C&R   SOLD

    JAPANESE Type 99 Arisaka bolt-action short rifle Series 6, # 88355 (6.5x50) mfg. at Nagoya in late1943. Excellent condition with nearly full original bluing and bright and strong chrome-lined bore.  Mum has been heavily ground. All bolt parts numbered 355 to match receiver, has cylindrical bolt handle and proper cleaning rod with ladder peep rear sight. Wood has original finish with considerable handling marks, not import-marked. PHOTO . . . $375.    C&R

    U.S.A. Model 03-A3 Springfield bolt-action rifle # 4100732 (.30-06) mfg. by Remington in September 1943. Excellent-PLUS condition with 99% or better light gray Parkerizing on all metal. A gorgeous example with near-perfect RA 9-43 dated bore (TE=2.0, MW = 0.0). Stock has only a few handling marks, 0732 stamped on right side and inscribed on handle of bolt, boxed RIA (Rock Island Arsenal) cartouche on left side. Includes as-new (but original) Model 1905 brown leather sling. Not import-marked, with CMP certificate of authenticity PHOTOS . . . $1250.    C&R 

    U.S.A. Model M1 Garand semiautomatic rifle # 2574740 (.30-06) mfg. by Springfield Armory in January, 1944 with original SA 12-43 barrel.  Excellent condition with full Parkerized finish remaining on all metal, bore is bright (TE = 2.0, MW = 1.25) with very strong rifling. Features mixed SA-marked parts, newly-made walnut stock has CMP cartouche and beautiful finish. Not import-marked, with CMP certificate of authenticityPHOTOS . . . $1350.   C&R


Modern Rifles for sale

    ROMANIAN Model FPK semiautomatic rifle # F-4400-77 (7.62x54R), mfg. by Cugir  in 1977 on a PSL-54C Century receiver.  Excellent condition, with 95% or better Parkerized metal on all parts and retains its original bayonet-lug.  Has a 4x6 scope (with military rangefinding recticle) mounted with very clear optics. Includes FOUR ten-round magazines.  Looks very cool, very similar to the fabled Draganov sniper rifle. PHOTOS . . . $1650.     NOT C&R

U.S.A. Model 1927 Thompson semiautomatic rifle # KN9009 (.45 ACP) mfg. by Auto Ordnance in 2009, limited edition (only 500 made) 50th Anniversary of VIETNAM WAR, totally NEW condition (factory test-fired only), with two 30-round stick magazines and one 50-round drum (new in box), delivered in hard case (emblazoned with "Chicago typewriter" label). Commemorative decoration is inlaid with 24 karat gold artful decorations, and glossy-finished stock is perfect. Includes certificate of authenticity and white gloves. Issue price was $2995 (with only one stick magazine and without the drum magazine). PHOTOS . . . $2000. REDUCED! $1750.(shipping included to lower 48)    not C&R, no sales to CA, NJ, NY, MD and other non-free states 

HUNGARIAN Model AMD-63 Kalashnikov semiautomatic carbine # MF0828 (7.62x39) mfg. by FÉG and assembled on a NO DAK SPUD receiver. Excellent or better condition, shows no use at all and has not been fired much since rebuild. This has a vertical foregrip (with a few dings from adjacent rifles) and like-new wood parts. Utilizes standard AK-47 magazines (one of which will be shipped with the rifle). PHOTOS . . . $675. GREATLY REDUCED! $550.  NOT C&R 

HUNGARIAN Model AMD-63 Kalashnikov semiautomatic carbine # ML4267 (7.62x39) mfg. by FÉG and assembled on a NO DAK SPUD receiver. Excellent or better condition, shows no use at all and has not been fired much since rebuild. This has a vertical foregrip and like-new wood parts (some scuffs on right side from contact with adjacent rifles). Utilizes standard AK-47 magazines (one of which will be shipped with the rifle). PHOTOS . . . $650.   GREATLY REDUCED! $525.  NOT C&R 


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